Framing has always been a fantastic option when it comes to finishing your canvases. However, needlepoint gallery walls have definitely taken off as a popular way to display your stitching. They are a great way to add character to an otherwise plain hallway, bathroom or office.
Through our years of teaching classes, we have come to realize how few people own a good, sharp pair of embroidery scissors. These are truly an essential when it comes to needlepointing! If you don't have a pair, you will definitely want to order one. There are lots of great options out there.
“How do I know when I need to stitch extra rows” is by far the most commonly asked finishing question we receive. Unfortunately, the answer is not always cut and dry. The answer will depend on a myriad of factors including what canvas you’re stitching, the company doing the finishing and the shape you want for your finished canvas. Today we’re sharing our top tips on how to know when to add extra rows to an ornament.
Meet Elizabeth and Tess, the mother daughter duo who are both needlepoint designers. Elizabeth Nagle is the designer behind “Doolittle Stitchery” and her daughter, Tess Kvale, is the artist behind “Hello Tess Designs.”